A Dog Saves 2 Cats Because Dogs Are Clearly Superior Animals A Canadian police dog was on a walk with an officer and followed his nose to discover two half-frozen kittens. Both of whom were then rescued by the Mounties.
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A Dog Saves 2 Cats Because Dogs Are Clearly Superior Animals

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A Dog Saves 2 Cats Because Dogs Are Clearly Superior Animals

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A Canadian police dog was on a walk with an officer and followed his nose to discover two half-frozen kittens. Both of whom were then rescued by the Mounties.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. You think you're tough? Well, try not to cry. A dog rescued two cats. A Royal Canadian Mounted Police service dog was on a walk with an officer in Manitoba. The dog followed his nose and discovered two half-frozen kittens. The Mounties saved both. A photo in Canadian media shows one of the tiny cats looking bedraggled being cradled by a Mountie having been warmed up and fed and, because it's a cat, looking a little ungrateful. It's MORNING EDITION.

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